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The 2019 Huawei MateBook X Pro Is Still the Better MacBook Pro with Windows

When Huawei released the original MateBook X Pro last year, I’m not entirely sure the company knew what it had created. Huawei has only been in the laptop business for about three years, a relatively short time compared to industry veterans like Apple, Dell, Lenovo and others. So when it made a premium 14-inch laptop…Read more...
Tags: Huawei Matebook X Pro 2019 Review, Matebook X Pro, Laptops, Windows, Windows 10, Reviews, Consumer Tech


You Probably Missed This Major Battery Recall Because of the Government Shutdown

Even though the government shutdown ended more than a month and a half ago, we’re still feeling its effects. That’s because, despite HP issuing an expansion for a battery recall back in January, the notice wasn’t posted to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) website until earlier this week due to the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Recalls, Batteries, Laptop Batteries, Laptops, Consumer Tech, U S Consumer Product Safety Commission CPSC, CPSC, Better Check Your Laptop Battery


Uh Oh, Looks Like Google's Hardware Team Might Be in Trouble

Over the past few years, Google has been pushing deeper into the hardware business with products like the Pixelbook, Pixel Slate, multiple Google Homes, and of course, Pixel phones, with the latter getting a big boost thanks to Google’s $1.1 billion acquisition of tech and personnel from HTC last year.Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Smartphones, Htc, Tablets, Laptops, Pixel, Consumer Tech, Google Homes, Pixelbook, Google Hardware, Pixel Slate, Troubles In Hardware Land For Google, Pixelbook Pixel Slate


Lenovo's External USB-C Display Could Be on Every Laptop User's Wishlist

Portable monitors for laptops aren’t an entirely new class of gadget, but prior to the widespread adoption of USB-C, they were always kind of a pain in the ass. That’s because you needed one cord for data, and another cord for power, with older models often ending up too big and bulky for most people to want to carry…Read more...
Tags: Science, Displays, Lenovo, Laptops, MWC, Thinkpad, Consumer Tech, Mwc 2019, One Monitor Is Never Enough, Lenovo Thinkvision M14, Lenovo Thinkvision, Portable Monitors


The Best MacBook Pro Alternative Got a Refresh and a Cheaper Sibling

When Huawei released that MateBook X Pro last year, it took me by surprise. Despite coming from a company known more for making smartphones than computers, even after testing a number of other laptops, I kept coming back to the MateBook X Pro as my favorite ultraportable of the year.Read more...
Tags: Science, Windows, Computers, Huawei, Laptops, MWC, Consumer Tech, Matebook, MateBook X Pro, Mwc 2019, The Matebook X Pro Gets A Welcome Refresh, Matebook X Pro 2019


Dell's Gaming Laptop is Ugly, Powerful and $800 Right Now

Someday gaming laptops won’t look designed by a 14-year-old edgelord. This utopian future is, unfortunately, still a few years away. For now, we’ll just have to settle for affordable, powerful and, yes, ugly machines like this Dell G5 Gaming Laptop.Read more...
Tags: Science, Pc, Dell, Laptops, Pc Gaming, Walmart Deals, Dell Deals, Gaming Deals


Razer Blade Stealth Review: Compact, Powerful, Beautiful (and Pink!)

If you opt to go for the quartz version of the new Razer Blade Stealth, you may be distracted by the pink. The keys, the trackpad, the bezels—hell even the desktop is pink. Not “rose gold” like an Apple product, but pink like a Barbie box in the toy aisle. But do me a favor and look past the pink (the Stealth is also…Read more...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Science, Razer, Laptops, Razer Blade Stealth, Consumer Tech, Razer Blade Stealth Review


Huawei's MacBook Air Clone For Windows Is Nearly Flawless

Last year, Huawei took a big shot at Apple with the MateBook X Pro, a laptop that encapsulated some of the best things about MacBook Pro line while ignoring more gimmicky features like the Touch Bar and Apple’s frustrating butterfly keyboard. So for 2019, Huawei made a new mainstream 13-inch laptop meant to take down…Read more...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Science, Windows 10, Huawei, Laptops, Macbook Pro, Consumer Tech, Ultraportables, Huawei Matebook 13 Review, Huawei Matebook 13, Ultraportable Laptops


MSI's GS75 Proves Powerful Gaming Laptops Don't Need All That Bulk

As much as I love beastly, no compromises gaming laptops like MSI’s GT75, sometimes just thinking about systems like that makes my back hurt. I mean, who wants to carry around a 10-pound notebook that needs not one, but two massive power bricks just to get optimal performance?Read more...
Tags: Reviews, Gaming, Science, Windows 10, MSI, Laptops, Consumer Tech, Gaming Laptops, Rtx, RTX 2080, Msi Gs75 Review


MSI's Latest Laptops Are Smaller, Sturdier, and Some Even Vibrate

When MSI released the GS65 last year, it took a risk. Instead of making something massively powerful like the GT75, MSI swapped out its typical red-and-black color scheme and focused on a thin-and-light to create a more portable, but still fast all-rounder. And as a result, the GS65 became the company’s best selling…Read more...
Tags: Gaming, Science, Windows, Ces, Computers, MSI, Notebooks, Laptops, Alexa, Gaming Laptops, CES 2019, The Customer Is Always Right, Msi Gs75


Acer's New Swift 7 Is So Thin It Doesn't Seem Real

At some point, Acer is going to have to give up its yearly quest to make the Swift 7 just a little bit slimmer, but that time hasn’t come yet, because at CES 2019 Acer has once again triumphed over physics to create something stupendously skinny.Read more...
Tags: Science, Windows, Ces, Acer, Laptops, CES 2019, Acer Swift 7, How Thin Will They Go


Dell Might Have Just Perfected the XPS 13

Dell’s XPS 13 has been one of the best ultraportable laptops on the market for years now. It’s sleek, it’s stylish, and it’s often cheaper than an equivalent Mac. But recent models have had one glaring flaw: a webcam located below the screen that made you look like Shrek every time you used it.Read more...
Tags: Science, Windows, Ces, Dell, Laptops, Hands On, Xps 13, CES 2019, No More Nostril Cam


Y'all Ruined One of Lenovo's Best ThinkPads

Okay you jack asses. We need to fight. Because starting this year the Lenovo Yoga Thinkpad X1—Lenovo’s 360-hinge version of the practically perfect X1 Carbon, is dropping the very light and durable all carbon fiber body and replacing it with heavier and lamer aluminum.
Tags: Science, Ces, Lenovo, Laptops, Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon, Consumer Tech, Lenovo Thinkpad, CES 2019


Samsung's Latest Laptops Want to Win You Over With Style

When it comes to mainstream laptops, they all sort of have the same specs. You get a CPU from Intel (or maybe AMD), memory and storage from Micron, Kingston, WD, or Samsung, and maybe a graphics card from Nvidia. So how else are computer makers supposed to entice potential buyers? Well on Samsung’s latest laptops at…Read more...
Tags: Science, Windows, Samsung, Intel, Ces, Computers, Amd, Laptops, Samsung Notebook 9 Pro, CES 2019, Samsung Notebook 9 Flash, Micron Kingston WD


Huawei Is Going Hard at the MacBook Air With Its New MateBook 13

Huawei has only been in the laptop game for a few years now, but following up on the success of systems like the MateBook X Pro, Huawei is expanding its notebook portfolio with the new MateBook 13.Read more...
Tags: Science, Windows, Ces, Huawei, Notebooks, Laptops, Hands On, Consumer Tech, Matebook, CES 2019, Huawei Keeps Churning Out Those Matebooks, Matebook 13


The Asus ROG Mothership Is an Overpowered Surface for Gamers

When I heard Asus was bringing a laptop called the Mothership to CES 2019, I knew I had to see it. Actually, calling it a laptop doesn’t quite do this thing justice, because it’s one part 2-in-1, it’s one part gaming machine, it’s loaded up with more RGB lights than a UFO, and I absolutely love it.Read more...
Tags: Gaming, Science, Asus, Ces, Laptops, Hands On, 2 In 1s, CES 2019, Mothership More Like Battleship, Asus Rog Mothership, Asus Rog Gz700


This Laptop Has a Notch

Little by little, smartphone design has been making an impact on laptops thanks to features like touchscreens, built-in fingerprint readers, face-scanning cameras, and more. So naturally, after notches became one of the most discussed (and often reviled) features on phones in 2018, Asus went and added one to the new…Read more...
Tags: Science, Windows, Ces, Notebooks, Laptops, Consumer Tech, CES 2019, Asus Put A Notch On A Laptop, Zenbook S13


Acer's Chromebook 315 Is a Lot of Laptop for Just $280

If the only thing you care about is finding the most laptop for your money, Acer’s new Chromebook 315 might be exactly what you need.Read more...
Tags: Science, Ces, Chromebook, Acer, Amd, Chromebooks, Laptops, Consumer Tech, CES 2019, Thats A Pretty Cheap Chromebook, Acer Chromenbook 315, Amd Chromebooks


Asus Bets Big on Mobile Gaming as Its Long-Time CEO Sees Himself Out

It seems the billion-dollar battle over the mobile market has claimed another victim today, as Asus announced that longtime CEO Jerry Shen will be stepping down in advance of an upcoming corporate restructuring. Read more...
Tags: Science, Asus, Smartphones, ROG, Laptops, Consumer Tech, Zenfone, Jerry Shen, Zenbook, ROG Phone, New Era For Asus


Samsung Kicks Off CES Early With a Competent But Not Terribly Exciting 2-in-1 Laptop

We’re less than a month away from the biggest tech show of the year(I can feel my heart rate rise just thinking about it), but it seems Samsung couldn’t wait until early January to announce its new Notebook 9 Pen.Read more...
Tags: Science, Samsung, Ces, Notebooks, Stylus, Laptops, Notebook 9, Consumer Tech, S Pen, 2 In 1s, Notebook 9 Pen, CES 2019, Who Likes Styluses


The Snapdragon 8cx Is Qualcomm's First Purpose-Built Chip for Laptops

Thanks to the Windows on Snapdragon initiative, Qualcomm has been dabbling in the laptop processor business for about a year now. And while systems like the Asus Nova Go and Samsung Galaxy Book 2 have their share of flaws, those laptops demonstrated the potential benefits of ARM-based chips through things like…Read more...
Tags: Science, Samsung, Laptops, Qualcomm, ARM, Consumer Tech, Windows On Snapdragon, Qualcomm Going Harder After Pc Market, Snapdragon 8cx


The Razer Blade Stealth Has Finally Moved Away From Its Mac Inspiration 

The Razer Blade Stealth has always been a pretty dang nice 13-inch laptop. Not the best laptop, and not the worst. A good alternative for people who want slick Mac-like design in a Windows computer. With its latest refresh of the Stealth, Razer is wisely moving away from its Apple influences and has started borrowing…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Razer, Laptops, Razer Blade Stealth, Consumer Tech, Gaming Laptops, Stealth Razer


Oh Come On, Apple Could Have Made the 'New' MacBook Air Years Ago

There’s this weird sort of fervor that surrounds the MacBook Air that I’ve never fully understood. Sure, when Steve Jobs pulled the first one out of a manila envelope in 2008, it was cool as hell. But in the 10 years since then, Apple’s once industry-leading laptop was neglected and abandoned to the point that it…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Steve Jobs, Macbook, MacBook Air, Laptops, Macbook Pro, Consumer Tech, macOS, The New Macbook Air Is Actually Old


Lenovo's Dual-Screen Yoga Book Is Painfully Close to a Breakthrough

Laptops haven’t changed much since 2012. Sure, they’re a bit sleeker, more powerful, and have slightly better battery lives. But after Microsoft conjured up the original Surface with its kickstand and detachable keyboard in 2012, it’s largely been five plus years of iterative improvements. That doesn’t mean companies…Read more...
Tags: Reviews, Science, Microsoft, Windows, Lenovo, Laptops, E Ink, Consumer Tech, Ereader, Dual Screen, Lenovo Yoga Book C930 Review, Yoga Book 2


Samsung's Galaxy Book 2 Goes Hard at Mobile Productivity With Huge Battery Life Claims and LTE

I’m not going to say the PC is dying, that would be ridiculous. But over the last 10 years, there are certain segments of the computer market that have been declining, like tablets, netbooks, and depending on how you look at it, the traditional clamshell laptop. In the meantime, there’s been a new generation of more…Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Science, Samsung, Laptops, Qualcomm, Consumer Tech, Always Connected, Always On, Samsung Going After Pc Mobility


Razer Makes Laptops in White Now

You never realize how attached to a laptop’s color a brand is until you see it in a new shade. Razer’s known for black and green fingerprint magnets, so it’s a bit of a (pleasant) surprise to learn that the company has a new white laptop you can potentially use without showcasing your affection for games next time you…Read more...
Tags: Gaming, Science, Windows, Razer, Laptops, Consumer Tech, Razer Blade 15


Bioweapons, Viagra, Wind Farms, and the Apocalypse: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Halloween may still be most of a month away, but the scares have already begun. Urine-craved vampires. Genetically engineered insects that do their masters’ bidding. Algal monstrosities. Dark magicks. iPhone XS bugs.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Health, Amazon, Gadgets, Comics, Florida, TV, Science, Technology, Television, Movies, Net Neutrality, Biology, California, Horror, Animals


What to Expect From Google's Pixel 3 Hardware Event

In less than a week’s time Google will be holding court in New York to reveal some less-than-mysterious new hardware offerings. Those Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones might have been thoroughly leaked ahead of next week’s gathering, but what other surprises has Google managed to keep under wraps?Read more...
Tags: Google, Gadgets, New York, Science, Events, Tech, Smartphones, Computers, Displays, Tablets, Laptops, Pixel, Smarthome, Consumer Tech, Google Home, Google Home Mini


Code Discovered in iOS 12.1 Beta Suggests Apple’s iPad Event Is Coming Very Soon

As exciting as three new iPhones and a new Apple Watch with a built-in ECG may (or may not) have been for you, there were lot of updates for other Apple products that we expected to see last week, but didn’t get.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Ipad, Science, Mac, Macbook, Tablets, Laptops, Consumer Tech, macOS, More Apple Stuff Still On The Way


Stop Waffling and Get That Brightly Colored Gadget—Science Suggests You'll Like It More

The process of buying a new gadget is full of traps and pitfalls. How much should I spend? Which model is better? Do I really need that much storage? And then, just when you think you’ve got everything figured out, the real boss battle raises it head: What color do I get?Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Science, Smartphones, Laptops, Colors Are Fun



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